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  1. McDevitt, E. A., Krishnan, G. P., Bazhenov, M., & Mednick, S. C. (2017). The Role of Sleep Spindles in Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation. In Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory Consolidation (pp. 209-226). Springer International Publishing.
  2. Duggan KA, McDevitt EA, Whitehurst LN, Mednick SC (2016) To nap, perchance to DREAM: A factor analysis of college students' self-reported reasons for napping. Behavioral Sleep Medicine.
  3. Whitehurst L, Cellini N, McDevitt EA, Duggan KA, Mednick SC (2016) Autonomic activity during sleep predicts memory consolidation in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
  4. Cellini N, Whitehurst, LN, McDevitt EA, Mednick, SC (2015). Heart rate variability during daytime naps in healthy adults: Autonomic profile and short-term reliability. Psychophysiology. 
  5. Cellini N, Goodbourn PT, McDevitt EA, Martini P, Holcombe AO, Mednick SC (2015). Sleep after practice reduces the attentional blink. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics.  
  6. Kastellakis G, Cai DJ, Mednick SC, Silva AJ, Poirazi P. Synaptic clustering within dendrites: An emerging theory of memory formation (2015). Progress in Neurobiology.
  7. McDevitt EA, Duggan KA, Mednick SC (2015). REM sleep rescues learning from interference. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory.
  8. Niknazar M, Krishnan GP, Bazhenov M, Mednick SC. (2015). Coupling of Thalamocortical Sleep Oscillations Are Important for Memory Consolidation in Humans. PLoS One. 10(12). e0144720.
  9. Yetton BD, Niknazar M, Duggan KA, McDevitt EA, Whitehurst LN, Sattari N, Mednick SC. (2015). Automatic detection of rapid eye movements (REMs): A machine learning approach. J Neurosci Methods.
  10. Duggan, K. A., Friedman, H. S., McDevitt, E. A., & Mednick, S. C. (2014). Personality and healthy sleep: The importance of conscientiousness and neuroticism. PLOS ONE, 9(3), e90628. 
  11. Cellini N, McDevitt EA, Ricker AA, Mednick SC (2014). Validation of an automated wireless system for sleep monitoring during daytime naps. Behavioral Sleep Medicine (ahead-of-print): 1-12. 
  12. McDevitt E. A., Rowe K. M., Brady M., Duggan K. A., Mednick S. C.(2014), The benefit of offline sleep and wake for novel object recognition. Experimental brain research, 232(5), 1487-1496
  13. McDevitt E. A., Rokem, A., Silver, M. A, &Mednick, S. C.(2014). Sex differences in sleep-dependent perceptual learning. Vision research, 99, 172-179.
  14. Cellini, N., Buman M. P., McDevitt, E. A., Ricker, A. A,, & Mednick, S. C.(2013). Direct comparison of two actigraphy devices with polysomnographically recorded naps in healthy young adults. Chronobiology International, 30(5), 691-698.
  15. Feupe S. F., Frias P. F., Mednick, S. C., McDevitt, E. A., & Heintzman, N. D.(2013). Nocturnal Continuous Glucose and Sleep Stage Data in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes in Real-World conditions. Journal of diabetes science and technology, 7(5), 1337-1345.
  16. Brakefield, T. A., Mednick, S. C.,Wilson, H. W., De Neve, J. E., Christakis, N. A., Fowler, J. H. (2014). Same-sex sexual atraction does not spread adolescent social networks. Archives of sexual behavior, 43(2), 335-344.
  17. Mednick, S. C., McDevitt, E. A., Walsh, J. K., Wamsley, E., Paulus, M., Kanady, J C., & Drummond, S. P. (2013). The critical role of sleep spindles in hippocampal-dependent memory: a pharmacology study. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33(10), 4494-4504.
  18. Kaestner, E. J., Wixted, J. T., & Mednick, S. C. (2013). Pharmacologically increasing sleep spindles enhances recognition for negative and high-arousal memories. Journal of cognitive neuroscience25(10), 1597-1610.
  19. McDevitt, E. A., Alaynick, W. A., &  Mednick, S. C, (2012). The effect of nap frequency on daytime sleep architecture. Physiology & behavior, 107(1), 40-44.
  20. Gupta, N., Jang, Y., Mednick, S. C., & Huber, D. E. (2012). The road not taken creative solutions require avoidance of high-frequency responses. Psychological Science, 0956797611429710.
  21. Mednick, S. C., Cai, D. J., Shuman, T., Anagnostaras, S., & Wixted, J. T. (2012). An opportunistic theory of cellular and systems consolidation. Trends in neurosciences, 34(10), 504-514.
  22. Harrison, E. M., Gorman, M. R., Mednick, S. C. (2011). The effect of narrowband 500nm light on daytime sleep in humans. Physiology & Behavior, 103(2), 197-202.
  23. Kanady, J. C., Drummond,S., & Mednick, S. C. (2011). Actigraphic assessment of a polysomnographic-recorded nap: a validation study. Journal of sleep research, 20(1 Pt 2), 214-222.
  24. Rieth, C. A., Cai, D. J., McDevitt, E. A., & Mednick, S. C., (2010). The role of sleep and practice in implicit and explicit motor learning. Behavioural brain research, 214(2), 470-474.
  25. Mednick, S. C., & Alaynick, W. A. (2010). Comparing models of sleep-dependent memory consolidation, Journal of Experimental & Clinical Medicine, 2(4), 156-164.
  26. Cai, D. J., Mednick, S. A., Harrison, E. M., Kanady, J. C., & Mednick, S, C. (2009). REM, not incubation, improves creativity by priming associative networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106(25), 10130-10134.
  27. Mednick SC, "Sleep and Dreams", Encyclopedia of Perception; Editor-in-chief, Bruce Goldstein, 2009, SAGE Publications, Inc
  28. Mednick, S. C., Makovski, T., Cai, D. J., & Jiang, Y. V. (2009). Sleep and rest facilitate implicit memory in a visual search task. Vision research, 49(21), 2557-2565.
  29. Mednick, S. C., Drummond, S. P., Arman, A. C., & Boynton, G. M. (2008). Perceptual deterioration is reflected in the neural response: fMRI study between  nappers and non-nappers. Perception, 37(7), 1086.
  30. Mednick SC, Drummond SPA, "Naps" in The New Encyclopedia of Neuroscience eds. Squire L, Albright T, Elsevier London, 2008.
  31. Mednick, S. C., Cai, D J., Kanady, J., & Drummond, S. (2008). Comparing the benefits of caffeine, naps and placebo on verbal, motor, and perceptual memory. Behavioral brain research, 193(1), 79-86.
  32. Mednick, S. C., Drummond, S., Boynton, G. M., Awh, E., & Serences, J. (2008). Sleep-dependent learning and practice-dependent deterioration in an orientation discrimination task, Behavioral neuroscience, 122(2), 267.
  33. Mednick, S. C., Arman, A. C., & Boynton, G. M, (2005). The time course and specificity of perceptual deterioration. Proceedings from the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 102(10), 3881-3885.
  34. Mednick, S. C., Drummond, S. P. (2004). Study in focus. Literature reviews.
  35. Mednick, S. C., Nakayama, K., & Stickgold, R. (2003). Sleep-dependent learning: a nap is as good as a night, Nature neuroscience, 6(7), 697-698.
  36. Mednick, S. C., Nakayama, K., Cantero, J. L., Atienza, M., Levin, A. A., Pathak, N., & Stickgold, R. (2002). The restorative effect of naps on perceptual deterioration, Nature neuroscience, 5(7), 677-681.

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